This week we begin a teaching series on Biblical Stewardship, looking first at the woman who poured expensive perfume on Jesus head and feet. Every believer should be motivated by love as we think about our giving – love for God, and love for what God loves (people). That is the essence of the mission of the Church. Topic: Biblical Stewardship
Embezzelers is the first in a series of Sermons on stewardship. This is a general overview of stewardship taken from Luke 19:11-26. In this message we look at all that God has made us stewards of and what exactly He expects from us. Topics: Sermon, Religion, Jacob Jurado, Stewardship Source: http://www.pastorjacob.blogspot.com
Saving the Heffer is the second in a series of Sermons on stewardship. In this message we study Ephesians 2:11-3:20 and 1 Tim 1:12f in order to see what it means to be a steward of God's Grace. Topics: Sermon, Religion, Jacob Jurado, Stewardship, God's Grace Source: http://www.pastorjacob.blogspot.com
Short & Sweet: Our Stewardship Campaign for 2012 has begun! Please pick up a pledge card and turn it in so this campaign can be truly short and truly sweet. Announcements: * October 2, 2011 - Candace * October 9, 2011 - Bill * October 16, 2011 - Courtney * November 13, 2011 - Candace Topics: Church, Christian, Episcopal, Aidan, Boulder, Stewardship
A sermon by an elder in our church on how the idea that God owns all that we are should affect how we invest our time, resources, money, and ourselves. Topics: Stewardship, 1 Corinthians 6:19-20, 7:17-24, 2 Corinthians 8:5-12, Psalm 24:1
The Rev. Mary Kate Réjouis, Rector Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost – Proper 24 Genesis 32:22-31; Psalm 121; 2 Timothy 3:14—4:5; Luke 18:1-8. Prelude: I'm Working On A Road - L. Flatt (Drifter Band) Entrance Hymn: My faith looks up to thee First Reading: Genesis 32:22-31 Psalm 121 Second Reading: 2 Timothy 3:14—4:5 Sequence Hymn: Fairest Lord Jesus - The Hymnal 383 Holy Gospel: Luke 18:1-8 Sermon: The Rev. Mary Kate Réjouis, Rector Offertory Music: That’s Enough - D.L. Coates... Topics: Church, Christian, Episcopal, Aidan, Boulder, Pentecost, Generousity, Stewardship, Folk Service,...
To be what God wants us to be, we need prayer, persistence and preaching. To grow the church, we need to plan on it. Every person in the church has a part. Growth will come only on purpose. We have to plan to succeed. We have success when we follow God’s will, Gods way, and God’s plan. Some have compassion making a difference Jude 1:22 Sermon Ref: , Joshua 1:9, Acts 1:23-26, John 14:12-14, Jude 1:22 Topics: Stewardship, The Church, Compassion, Matthias, Sermon, Mark Hall, Lighthouse Baptist Church,...